The One Ingredient That Can Balance Your Budget, Cut Your Overhead, and Boost Your Profits Through the Roof

BY: Joe Crisara

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I’m not going to sugar-coat it.

Being a contractor in this day and age is tough.

The cost of equipment, employees, marketing and just about everything else you can name goes up every year.

Not to mention that, in most markets, there’s also an increase in competition.

Yep. It’s tough alright.

But only for those who are focusing on all the wrong things.

They focus things like cutting overhead, replacing “underperforming” personnel, or running more calls.

The truth is that those things aren’t usually the issue. And they certainly aren’t the solution to any of your problems.

There’s one simple ingredient that can turn your business around, and it’s not any of those things.

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5 Ways New Technology Can Make Your Business More Profitable

BY: Joe Crisara

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I have a question for you, and I want you to answer it honestly.

Are you a technology caveman?

And by that I mean are you one of those people who doesn’t really use technology in your business – and if you do it’s super behind-the-times technology?

Here’s how you can tell if I’m describing you or not…

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Job Descriptions: The Overlooked Key to Running a Profitable Contracting Business

BY: Joe Crisara

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In business, there’s a huge game-changer that most bosses totally ignore. In fact I’ll bet you have one stuffed in the bottom of your desk drawer or in the back of a filing cabinet right now… that is, if you even bothered to make a hard copy.

What if I told you that one simple sheet of paper could make your hiring, onboarding, training, managing, and coaching multiple times easier and more efficient? And what if that same piece of paper could cause your employees to do a higher quality, more profitable job? Continue reading “Job Descriptions: The Overlooked Key to Running a Profitable Contracting Business”